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Sympathizer: A

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Praise for The Sympathizer:Winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for

FictionWinner of the 2016 Edgar Award for Best First NovelWinner of the

2016 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in FictionWinner of the 2016

Dayton Literary Peace Prize for FictionWinner of the 2015 Center for

Fiction First Novel PrizeWinner of the 2015-2016 Asian/Pacific American

Award for Literature (Adult Fiction)Winner of the 2016 California Book

Award for First FictionWinner of the 2017 Association for Asian American

Studies Award for Best Book in Creative Writing (Prose)Finalist for the

2016 PEN/Faulkner AwardFinalist for the 2016 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize

for Debut FictionFinalist for the 2016 Medici Book Club PrizeFinalist

for the 2015 Los Angeles Times Book Prize (Mystery/Thriller)Finalist for

the 2016 ABA Indies Choice/E.B. White Read-Aloud Award (Book of the

Year, Adult Fiction)Shortlisted for the 2017 International Dublin

Literary Award Named a Best Book of the Year on more than twenty lists,

including the New York Times Book Review, Wall Street Journal, and

Washington Post“A layered immigrant tale told in the wry, confessional

voice of a ‘man of two mindsâ€Â—and two countries, Vietnam and the

United States.―—Pulitzer Prize Citation“[A] remarkable debut novel .

. . [Nguyen] brings a distinctive perspective to the war and its

aftermath. His book fills a void in the literature, giving voice to the

previously voiceless . . . The nameless protagonist-narrator, a

memorable character despite his anonymity, is an Americanized Vietnamese

with a divided heart and mind. Nguyenâ€s skill in portraying this sort

of ambivalent personality compares favorably with masters like Conrad,

Greene, and le Carré. . . . Both thriller and social satire. . . . In

its final chapters, The Sympathizer becomes an absurdist tour de force

that might have been written by a Kafka or Genet.―—Philip Caputo,

New York Times Book Review (cover review)“This is more than a fresh

perspective on a familiar subject. [The Sympathizer] is intelligent,

relentlessly paced and savagely funny . . . The voice of the doubleagent

narrator, caustic yet disarmingly honest, etches itself on the

memory.―—Wall Street Journal (WSJâ€s Best Books of 2015) “Nguyen

doesnâ€t shy away from how traumatic the Vietnam War was for everyone

involved. Nor does he pass judgment about where his narratorâ€s

loyalties should lie. Most war stories are clear about which side you

should root for―The Sympathizer doesnâ€t let the reader off the hook

so easily . . . Despite how dark it is, The Sympathizer is still a fast-


paced, entertaining read . . . a much-needed Vietnamese perspective on

the war.――Bill Gates, Gates Notes “Extraordinary . . . Surely a new

classic of war fiction. . . . [Nguyen] has wrapped a cerebral thriller

around a desperate expat story that confronts the existential dilemmas

of our age. . . . Laced with insight on the ways nonwhite people are

rendered invisible in the propaganda that passes for our pop culture. .

. . I havenâ€t read anything since Orwellâ€s Nineteen Eighty-Four that

illustrates so palpably how a patient tyrant, unmoored from all humane

constraint, can reduce a manâ€s mind to liquid.―—Washington Post

“The great achievement of The Sympathizer is that it gives the

Vietnamese a voice and demands that we pay attention. Until now, itâ€s

been largely a one-sided conversation—or at least thatâ€s how it seems

in American popular culture . . . Weâ€ve never had a story quite like

this one before. . . . [Nguyen] has a great deal to say and a knowing,

playful, deeply intelligent voice . . . There are so many passages to

admire. Mr. Nguyen is a master of the telling ironic phrase and the

biting detail, and the book pulses with Catch-22-style absurdities.―—

New York Times“Beautifully written and meaty . . . really compelling. I

had that kid-like feeling of being inside the book.―—Claire Messud,

Boston Globe“Thrilling in its virtuosity, as in its masterly

exploitation of the espionage-thriller genre, The Sympathizer was

awarded the Pulitzer Prize, and has come to be considered one of the

greatest of Vietnam War novels . . . The bookâ€s (unnamed) narrator

speaks in an audaciously postmodernist voice, echoing not only Vladimir

Nabokov and Ralph Ellison but the Dostoyevsky of Notes from the

Underground.――Joyce Carol Oates, New Yorker “Gleaming and

uproarious, a dark comedy of confession filled with charlatans,

delusionists and shameless opportunists . . . The Sympathizer, like

Graham Greeneâ€s The Quiet American, examines American intentions,

often mixed with hubris, benevolence and ineptitude, that lead the

country into conflict.――Los Angeles Times “Both a riveting spy

novel and a study in identity.――Entertainment Weekly “This debut is

a page-turner (read: everybody will fin

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